DIY an Old Key Holder Box

This is my ‘can’t wait’ project ever. I kept this super old key holder box for quite some time because  I don’t know what to do with it, you can see the spider webs all over it. I haven’t got the idea for so long and now I do. I really need this key holder box since I always lost my keys because they are super tiny.


• clippers
• An old key holder box
• Glue gun
• Flowers (large buds, small buds, some greenery)

First Step

Obviously, I cleaned it up.

For decoration, I’m a fan of the white color or bright colors because it makes my room looks bigger. So, I choose this Nippon white shining spray paint (made in Japan),

Maybe some of you are familiar with Krylon, but Krylon is super expensive here. So I use this brand, it’s only RM 8.80  and I have to say this brand is super good.

The color blends well. The paint hardly dripping like the previous brand that I use.

Next Step – Flowers arrangement

To get this fake/artificial flowers is easy but to get the best price is not easy. I didn’t realize fake flowers can be so expensive it nearly RM 6.00 for 4 buds. Well, that’s how it is.

I prepare all of the flowers by giving them cut to make it short. Arrange the greenery first, stick using a glue gun.

Begin by adding my biggest flower . For this, I chose pink rose  and I loved how the color of this rose makes the key holder box stand out.  Then start adding the rest of the flowers (the small flowers) .

Final Result

Hang on the wall and use it like new.


Enjoy! Please don’t forget to FOLLOW ME.


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Hello and welcome! I’m a Malaysian based beauty, fashion and travel blogger. However, you’ll also find about beauty tips, lifestyle and DIYs. Maybe some of you wondering why my blog called beautyjelita right? Jelita also means beauty in Bahasa. Beauty is a something that gives you a great pleasure especially when you look at it, you’ll feel happy, it pleases you. So, by doing this blog, it gives me happiness. That is why I call it ‘beautyjelita’. I’m posting on my blog every week. Feel free to leave a comment and follow me on social media!

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